Page 7, 1st December 1939

1st December 1939
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Children Will Write This Page For Us In Christmas Week

For Christmas we want to make this page a CHILDREN'S page,W BITTEN by the children of our readers We want drawings by children, verses by children and stories by children. Will......

War Without

Tears Why War Broke Out ELL, at long last we have reached the reason 1\ hy this %val . started in September. Hitler, having achieved so much, promised his people that he would......

— 7 Jena/ Story

For Children of All Ages. were short. It took all his breath to go slowly up the stairs one at a time. The animals found it rather difficult to keep In step, also they were......

"i Told You So C

I TOLD YOU SO" By Peter Thompson What has happened already: The people and animals in this story are: AMADEUS, a fine black cat with an honourable position hi the household of......

Film

THE MORE WE SEE OF SOME NEW FILMS the better we like the old R ESTIVE readers write these days to ask why, if new films are slow in coming from other countries, can we not have......

By Iris Conlay

CATHOLIC HERALD Film Critic that I would rather go into the provinces to see again Goodbye, M7' Chips. stagecoach, Huckleberry Finn, Quai des Brumes, This Man in Paris, Q......

Fc Pr■hrougii The Fate Of These 1 Children, Who Hail

ortganafly Irma the same American family, one can see clearly the brotherhood of men and of nations and the horror of war between them. After the Well Street slump and the......

Eternally Yours

A NGEL RECTORY for the address of r"'■ a bishop is a bit hard to swallow. Not even C. Aubrey Smith as the Rt. Rev. Hubert Peabody, bishop, could convince an English audience of......

Radio

HARD-TO FOLLOW ACTION N O doubt a good radio play ought to tell Its own story without outside help. But somehow or other it muse tell it. The listener is more interested in the......

A.e.h Swinstead It Was All About. The Performance Was Not

too smooth, and all the characters are disgusting. A boy, asked to describe the manners and customs cf some tribe rs.• other, wrote " Manners none and customs beastly." That......

Play

Turn Up The Lights Let's all sack the Wicked Uncle, Sack the Wicked Uncle right away War, we've got to stop it, Make old Neville hop it, Let us all have peace on earth to-day.......

Saloon Bar

T HE usual " regulars " dropping in for a drink at the " local " are despondent. An old pal, whom they know and trust (came there every night with his girl, Queenie), has been......

Married For Money

EVEN a farce ought to be funny. The G improbability of story ought to be relieved by a certain naturalness in the characters or dialogue, and the radical farcical assumption......